It is the mission of the Town of Cohutta Police Department to provide
the highest quality of police services to the citizens and visitors
of our community. It is our responsibility to insure that the
people we serve can feel safe in their homes, at their places of
employment, in our schools and wherever they may travel within
the incorporated limits of the Town of Cohutta. We as the Town
of Cohutta Police Department vow to uphold all city, county,
state and federal laws to the highest standards possible to
keep our community safe in the 21st Century and beyond.
Each year the Cohutta Police Department partners with other law enforcement
agencies within the State of Georgia and surrounding states concentrate on
impaired (DUI) driving and other violations of state law. During the most recent fiscal
year and into the current year, the Cohutta Police Deparment along with the MATEN
(Mountain Area Traffic Enforcement Network - MATEN2) of the Georgia Govenor's
Office of Highway Safety took part in reporting our departments crime and
traffic citation statistics to the State of Georgia.
The Georgia Governor's Office of Highway Safety encourages all
law enforcement agencies in the State to take part in this
program to make our roadways and communities safer for the
citizens and vistors to the State of Georgia. We also encourage you
to visit the online stat reporting home page at
for the Georgia Governor's Office of Highway Safety to find out more
information regarding how the Town of Cohutta Police Department is working
to keep the community safe along with our other state law enforcement partners.
It is our goal to adhere to our mission statement and bring the highest
quality of law enforcment to the Town of Cohutta. We thank you for visiting our
website and hope that the stats will show, that we as a police department are bringing a
high standard of public safety service to the Town of Cohutta citizens and visitors each day.
The Cohutta Police Department reported the following yearly statistics for
the 2008-2010 fiscal years to the FBI and the State of Georgia: